Pangu to Release Jailbreak Tool After Summer Tech Conferences
The publication claims that a jailbreak for iOS 10.3.1 is drawing near, but it does not mention which jailbreaking group will be releasing a jailbreaking tool for it.
As soon as a new version of iOS is released, there is a huge proportion of users who instantly get their iPhones and iPads upgraded, who can resist the smell of new feature and a change in the UI?
The assumption that a JB tool called Janus (after the name of the event where the jailbreak was showcased) would be released was based on that anonymous user, but nothing from Pangu itself.
Security researcher Adam Donenfeld has announced the upcoming release of a kernel exploit for iOS 10.3.1.
For some time now, Apple has been warning iPhone and iPad users that legacy 32-bit apps may slow down their devices, but with the recent release of iOS 10.3, Apple has escalated things by making it clear that the end is nigh.
What about iOS 10.3.2 Jailbreak?
Should you upgrade to 10.3.2?
He said if you want to continue using his jailbreaking tool, then you should stick to version 10.2.1. For jailbreak enthusiasts, note also that the rumored release of an iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak tool has not come to fruition and remains uncertain.
Other hackers have also tweeted out information that they are unable to hack the current iOS and will not be attempting to jailbreaking anything in the future, Luca Todesco being the more famous one.
However, we’re hypothesized that Apple could have a long-term contract with Pangu to uncover iOS vulnerabilities and develop exploits for them so they can see how it works, and Apple’s own security team can patch those flaws.
. You may want to save SHSH blobs. In this presentation, we will review the privilege escalation vulnerabilities, as well as demonstrate and present a detailed exploitation that is crafted from chaining all these vulnerabilities together, eventually leading to the execution of arbitrary kernel code and to bypassing all of the security mitigations now available on iOS devices. Droid Report said Pangu is giving it another shot, probably the last one, to release a 10.3.1 tool during a conference.
Meanwhile, there’s a non-rooted app posted on Pangu website for iOS 10.3.1/10.3 version.
One unlikely chance – a very slim one – is that Pangu is waiting for Apple to release iOS 10.3.3 to the public as well, so they can cover a larger user base of iOS 10.3.1 and iOS 10.3.2 devices for their jailbreak tool.